When people talk about how well ranked a web site is in search engines one topic that is discussed is a website’s “Page Rank”. I give a lot of weight to Page Rank when determining how strong an affiliate is or whether an interesting website has any online popularity.
Your website has a page rank assigned to it by Google. Page Rank lets you know how relevant the website is considered. You can find out your page rank by downloading the Page Rank browser extension for Firefox (I don’t know how to do this in I.E.).
What has perplexed me is how many quality inbound links it takes to get to the next level page rank. Here is the best chart I’ve seen to help tell you “how many PR 6 links to get to a PR 5?“.
Nate oversees our channel development and developer network, as well as our marketing and public relations. Previously, Nate was at Concentric, acquired by XO Communications, where he ran product management, sales and marketing. Over his six year career with Concentric, he developed dozens of new business channels, by initiating new products for small- and mid- size businesses, developing partner programs for those products, and working with web developers and systems integrators to provide ongoing support of those products. Nate has also held various legal positions in intellectual property and business law. He holds a B.A. in History, and a J.D., from Santa Clara University.